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How to Recover Data from a Corrupt MS Access Database after Moving It to a New System

In this article, we look at a real-world situation where data corruption has occurred moving to a new system. We would look at ways to immediately access the data. One of the most dreaded challenges faced by users of MS Access is the corruption of the database. Database corruption is not something that will occur only under certain situations. It can occur whenever the integrity of the database is at risk. One of the common occasions, when it occurs, is while moving Access databases to a new...

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2 Methods to Quickly Count Emails by Sender in Your Outlook

If you would like to count the emails by sender, you can refer to this article. Here we will expose 2 quick approaches to you. So as to know the most active sender for you, you may want to count the emails by sender. Although Outlook doesn't provide a direct feature for this, you still can seek some workarounds, such as the following Method 1. If you think the Method 1 is too tedious, you can opt for the Method 2. It is much more effective in that it uses VBA to quickly count emails by...

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How to Auto Flag Incoming Emails with Specific Attachments in Your Outlook

When receiving a new email with specific attachments, if you are used to manually flagging it for follow up, why don't you directly let your Outlook to auto flag it? This article will guide you to achieve this feature. When it comes to auto flagging incoming emails, perhaps you will think of using Outlook rules in the first place. Outlook does provide such a rule action. But, if you want to auto flag incoming emails with specific attachments, Outlook rule is unable to help you in that it...

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